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Father shot, killed during apparent road rage incident in Northeast DC, police say

WASHINGTON (FOX 5 DC) - A man was shot and killed in what appears to be a road rage incident in Northeast DC on Saturday, according to the Metropolitan Police Department. MPD says the incident occured in the 1700 block of West Virginia Avenue NE around 4:47 p.m. Officers responded for the report of a shooting and located an adult male victim suffering from an apparent gunshot wound.
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DC man sentenced to 13 years for MGM casino kidnapping

A Washington, D.C. man has been sentenced to more than a decade in federal prison for his role in a kidnapping and robbery in Prince George's County last year. Darius Lawrence Young, aka "Mup," was sentenced to 13 years in prison followed by five years of supervised release by U.S. District Judge George. J. Hazel.

Multiple Shots Fired just before 4pm in Hill East (“One of the bullets struck the daycare facility.”) 12:15am shooting in Brightwood Park

A reader reported: “8 or so shots around 3:55pm today on 15th St SE between Mass and C. Bunch of shell casing on the street. Very loud and scary!”. Another reader reported: “Children were put in lockdown after multiple gunshots were fired early afternoon on 6/27. One of the bullets struck the daycare facility.”

Michael Stenger, Senate security chief on Jan. 6, dies before hearing

The former Senate sergeant-at-arms who oversaw security during last year’s Capitol insurrection has died — one day before Tuesday’s hearing to present new evidence. Michael Stenger, who resigned a day after pro-Trump rioters easily stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, died Monday morning, Politico reported. The Marine Corps veteran, 71, spent 35 years in the Secret Service before joining the Senate sergeant-at-arms team in 2011. He was later appointed to the post in 2018. Former colleagues were notified of his death Monday afternoon, Politico reported. A woman who answered the phone early Tuesday at Stenger’s home in Falls Church, Virginia, declined to...

Murder Conviction Reinstated For Maryland Man Accused Of Killing High Schoolers

The Maryland Court of Appeals has reinstated a murder conviction for a man who helped kill two high school students, authorities say. Rony Galicia, 30, of Boyds, was involved in the murder of Shadj Ali Najjar, 17, and Artem Ziberoy, 18, the night before their graduation from Northwest High in June 2017, according to the Montgomery County State’s Attorney’s Office.

Former NBA star Delonte West finally lands new gig

Former NBA star Delonte West, who seemed to fall on hard times after getting out of rehab, has finally secured a gig. West, who suffers from mental health and addiction issues, unabashedly admitted to the media that he was struggling and between jobs when he was found panhandling again in Alexandria, Virginia, about nine miles south of Washington, D.C.
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How Wizards can sign free agents without salary cap space

With the 2022 NBA Draft in the books and the league's free agency period rapidly approaching, the Wizards are looking to improve their roster and get back into the Eastern Conference playoffs next season. Over the next few weeks, general manager Tommy Sheppard will be tasked with polishing off his...

After hit-and-runs, Alexandria Police capture suspect on foot on Interstate 95

A 34-year-old Maryland man is being held without bond after allegedly smashing his car into two others and then fleeing from police on foot across Interstate 95. The incident occurred on Tuesday, June 21, at around 3:45 p.m. Police were called to the area of Duke Street and Early Street for a report of an injury resulting from a hit-and-run, and were told that the suspect’s Nissan Altima had rear end damage, according to a search warrant affidavit.

Amazon secures 58 acres in Prince William Co. in $88M sale

Amazon has secured just over 58 acres of Gainesville, Virginia, land in a purchase totaling over $87.8 million. Prince William County documents show that the property was originally purchased by Gainesville Associates for $2.5 million in 1976. Its market value ahead of the sale was $7.3 million. Amazon has not...

Washington Has Reportedly Rejected Notable Trade Inquiries

The Washington Commanders aren't interested in trading one of their starting defensive linemen. Per Ben Standig of The Athletic, the Commanders have rejected trade inquiries surrounding defensive tackle Daron Payne. Payne has spent the last four seasons with the Commanders and has put up some stellar numbers. He finished last...

Top 5 biggest trading mistakes in Capitals history

The Washington Capitals have been known to have made mistakes throughout their history when it comes to making trades. This post will look at the top 5 biggest trading mistakes the Capitals ever made. These trades were knee jerk reactions that whoever the general manager was, thought would make the...